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1. How ALS - Lou Gehrig's Disease Changed My Life [1]
Everybody always asks the same questions: First, they want to know how I got it. Then they want to know what can cure it. And the hardest question of all: "When did you first notice something was very wrong?" Just four years ago, I was riding my bicycle all around New York City, working out regularly, actively socializing, making art, crafting, and teaching Spanish and French in a high school in the inner-city neighborhood of East Harlem. Now I am confined to a motorized wheelchair, and need help dressing a
2. FAMILIENVERBAND Hoffmann/Sangerhausen [1]
Dear usenet.users, visit http://www.familiehoffmann.homepage.t-online.de/ please. Greetings tuttipole
3. Peter Johann Hoffmann [1]
Dear users, I4m trying to find brothers and sisters of my ancestor, Johann Peter Hoffmann.(1790-1848) who lived and died in Estonia. Youll find info on J.P.Hoffmann at http://myyriku.blogspot.com:80/2007_02_23_archive.html and at http://www.familiehoffmann.homepage.t-online.de/FamilyHoffmann.htm Yours tuttipole
4. Re: What are the differences between the Montenegrins and Serbians? [1]
Serbian people have no one to blame but themselves. There are few examples of Serbian people naming themselves after the regions that they have come to inhabit. For example, Montenegro, which was so named by the Romans. Macedonia, is another example. I understand that Macedonia is ethnically diverse. There are Albanians and some Bulgarians there, but it's primarily Serbian. However, they call themselves Macedonian, which isn't even accurate. Another example is Bosnia. What are Bosnians? Are they Tur
5. Re: What are the differences between the Montenegrins and Serbians? [1]
Then why do they refer to their language as "Montenegrin Language" and not "Serbian"? As late as the 19th century, they were taught Serbian grammar. It seems to me that the Montenegrins feel culturally superior and/or they are definitely trying to distance themselves from the Serbians for some reason. I'm trying to figure out what reason. Could the Montenegrins cultural distancing from the Serbians be similar to the Canadians and the Americans? Both, Canadians and Americans speak the exact same Englis
6. Re: What are the differences between the Montenegrins and Serbians? [1]
On Jan 31, 11:24 am, stefan_ste...@hotmail.com wrote:. > > On the other point you fail to mention that Zeta was established as a > Serbian state together with Raska. Yes, there were several medieval states which can be characterized as ethnically Serbian, and Rashka and Zeta were the most important of them. However, as far as I remember Zeta was the only one which survived more or less intact to modern times.
7. Searching for relatives Macova, Maca [1]
I'm search for relatives on my mother's family. Mother's maiden name is Ruzana Macova born Aug 28,1928. Place of birth Nova ves n/l no.75 disrict court office Trebon(information taken off baptizing and birth certificate)Her father's name is Bedrich Maca and mother's name is Anastazie Medek.Ruzana married Harry Burton (he was in the armed forces at the time) in 1948 and she came to the states in that year.Her home town was Ceske Budejovice cz. I have some paper work that she saved when they asked for permiss
8. Müüriku-Marienhof [1]
Question at "Yahoo-answers": What happened to M||riku from 1970 to 2008? There4s a photo & some info at: http://www.familiehoffmann.homepage.t-online.de/georg.htm Perhaps, Estonians living or having lived in that area could help me tuttipole
9. Familienverband Hoffmann = additional URLs [1]
click these URLs, please http://familiehoffmann.com.ar/monument.htm http://boardreader.com/tp/Peter+Hoffmann.html http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/GEN-DE/2007-10/1192726859
10. Re: What are the differences between the Montenegrins and Serbians? [1]
On Jan 31, 4:23 pm, tangent1...@gmail.com wrote: > I was reading that the "Montenegrin" language appears to be *very* > similar to the Serbian language, and moreover, the two people have the > same religion (Orthodox Christianity). Finally, the two ethnic groups > are physically identical. > > Why do Montenegrins regard themselves as ethnically distinct from > Serbians? What event in history was instrumental in this split? They aren't different in any perspective. Montenegrins are Serbian. Their official
11. Re: Pražák - Czechoslovakia [1]
"Baz Gen" wrote in message news:6ango3tbmdkpv54hg0n14bkmnb686ra9kj@4ax.com... > > If anybody has any knowledge of a famiy with the name PrazC!k who are, > or were (in about 1900), in the area of BC-lina in the district of > CstC- nad Labem, Czechoslovakia - I should very much like to hear from > them. Czech phone directory at http://www.zlatestranky.cz/?siteLanguage=en shows no current listings of PrazC!k in BC-lina, but, there are 4 listings of PrazC!k in the town of CstC
12. Hrusovsky [1]
Still looking for anyone with genealogical information on the surname Hrusovsky or Hrusovszky
13. Re: What are the differences between the Montenegrins and Serbians? [1]
On Jan 31, 3:43 pm, "e^(ix)" wrote: > Then why do they refer to their language as "Montenegrin Language" and > not "Serbian"? As late as the 19th century, they were taught Serbian > grammar. Both Montenegrin and Serbian are variants of the language once called Serbo-Croatian. That being a politically loaded term nowadays, I prefer to call it Cultured Neo-Shtokavian, because we are here speaking about written, standardized and cultured language, not about popular dialect, and becau
14. What are the differences between the Montenegrins and Serbians? [1]
I was reading that the "Montenegrin" language appears to be *very* similar to the Serbian language, and moreover, the two people have the same religion (Orthodox Christianity). Finally, the two ethnic groups are physically identical. Why do Montenegrins regard themselves as ethnically distinct from Serbians? What event in history was instrumental in this split?
15. searching for dalibor opavsky [1]
hello,i am searching for a dalibor opavsky,i am in the u.s,and have a german shepherd he has bred,the czech republic registry,gave me an older address for him,and told me he probably has moved,i need to contact him regarding this dog,it is very important,if any knows how to contact him,please reply to carolyn edwards. thank you.
16. Re: What are the differences between the Montenegrins and Serbians? [1]
On Jan 31, 8:07 pm, phogl...@abo.fi wrote: > On Jan 31, 7:23 am, tangent1...@gmail.com wrote: > > > I was reading that the "Montenegrin" language appears to be *very* > > similar to the Serbian language, and moreover, the two people have the > > same religion (Orthodox Christianity). Finally, the two ethnic groups > > are physically identical. > > > Why do Montenegrins regard themselves as ethnically distinct from > > Serbians? What event in history was instrumental in this split? > > With the reputation
17. Re: Searching for relatives Macova, Maca [1]
"nanbrooks" wrote in message news:0d060123-138b-4500-8558-6c00af46c077@l1g2000hsa.googlegroups.com... > I'm search for relatives on my mother's family. Mother's maiden name > is Ruzana Macova born Aug 28,1928. Place of birth Nova ves n/l no.75 > disrict court office Trebon(information taken off baptizing and birth > certificate)Her father's name is Bedrich Maca and mother's name is > Anastazie Medek.Ruzana married Harry Burton (he was in the armed > forces at the time) in 1948 and she c
18. Re: Hrusovsky [1]
"John Hrusovszky" wrote in message news:l5Xgj.41414$G23.11997@newsreading01.news.tds.net... > Still looking for anyone with genealogical information on the surname > Hrusovsky or Hrusovszky > If you do a search for Hrusovsky+genealogy on the Internet, you will get 274 hits. Some may be your site, some may be commercial sites, but some might be sites that would help you contact others doing Hrusovsky family research. A search for Hrusovszky+genealogy will get 210 hits. You don't g
19. Re: What are the differences between the Montenegrins and Serbians? [1]
On Jan 31, 7:23 am, tangent1...@gmail.com wrote: > I was reading that the "Montenegrin" language appears to be *very* > similar to the Serbian language, and moreover, the two people have the > same religion (Orthodox Christianity). Finally, the two ethnic groups > are physically identical. > > Why do Montenegrins regard themselves as ethnically distinct from > Serbians? What event in history was instrumental in this split? With the reputation Serbians have these days, it is not too difficult to see, why
20. Re: What are the differences between the Montenegrins and Serbians? [1]
> and eventually changed its name into Crna Gora, or the black mountain > - Monte Negro in Italian. I am lazy to find a map ;-) but is there any Black Mountain in the area? BTW. in Polish the country name is translated: Czarnogsra. -- Azarien
21. Re: What are the differences between the Montenegrins and Serbians? [1]
On Jan 31, 12:23 am, tangent1...@gmail.com wrote: > I was reading that the "Montenegrin" language appears to be *very* > similar to the Serbian language, and moreover, the two people have the > same religion (Orthodox Christianity). Finally, the two ethnic groups > are physically identical. > > Why do Montenegrins regard themselves as ethnically distinct from > Serbians? What event in history was instrumental in this split? Nothing to do with linguistics. Ask at a forum for historians.
22. Re: Searching for relatives Macova, Maca [1]
"nanbrooks" wrote in message news:16108801-c3b7-4918-bc65-6e8a13224dcc@z17g2000hsg.googlegroups.com... On Jan 11, 1:38 pm, "Joe Pessarra" wrote: > "nanbrooks" wrote in message > > news:0d060123-138b-4500-8558-6c00af46c077@l1g2000hsa.googlegroups.com... > > > > > > > I'm search for relatives on my mother's family. Mother's maiden name > > is Ruzana Macova born Aug 28,1928. Place of birth Nova ves n/l no.75 > > disrict court office Trebon(i
23. Re: Searching for relatives Macova, Maca [1]
On Jan 11, 1:38 pm, "Joe Pessarra" wrote: > "nanbrooks" wrote in message > > news:0d060123-138b-4500-8558-6c00af46c077@l1g2000hsa.googlegroups.com... > > > > > > > I'm search for relatives on my mother's family. Mother's maiden name > > is Ruzana Macova born Aug 28,1928. Place of birth Nova ves n/l no.75 > > disrict court office Trebon(information taken off baptizing and birth > > certificate)Her father's name is Bedrich Maca and mother's name is > > Anastazi
24. Praak - Czechoslovakia [1]
If anybody has any knowledge of a famiy with the name Praak who are, or were (in about 1900), in the area of Bmlina in the district of Zstm nad Labem, Czechoslovakia - I should very much like to hear from them.
25. Re: What are the differences between the Montenegrins and Serbians? [1]
On Jan 31, 8:43 am, "e^(ix)" wrote: > Then why do they refer to their language as "Montenegrin Language" and > not "Serbian"? As late as the 19th century, they were taught Serbian > grammar. > > It seems to me that the Montenegrins feel culturally superior and/or > they are definitely trying to distance themselves from the Serbians > for some reason. I'm trying to figure out what reason. > > Could the Montenegrins cultural distancing from the Serbians be > similar to the Canadians

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